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A wave of anger at the Tories’ racist treatment of the Windrush Generation of migrants has forced Theresa May and Amber Rudd onto the back foot.
Two cops who previously had misconduct rulings against them in relation to the death of Adrian McDonald have had appeals against the ruling upheld.
Workers at Connaught School for Girls in Waltham Forest ended a three-day strike on Thursday in a battle over pay. NEU union members are demanding the higher inner London pay rate at the outer London school.
Theresa May's policy of a 'hostile environment' for migrants was part of a systematic racist drive.
Around 800 people joined an angry rally in Windrush Square in Brixton, south London, on Friday night.
Sammy Woodhouse was key to exposing a child sexual exploitation scandal in Rotherham – and the failures of the police and other authorities to act on abuse.
Days before the 25th anniversary of Stephen Lawrence’s murder, we learned a little more about how the state used spies to undermine the Lawrence family.
Delegates at the CWU union conference have slammed the Tories for their racist treatment of Windrush Generation migrants.
From US racist shooter Dylan Roof to Norwegian Nazi Anders Breivik, terror attacks by whites are portrayed as “inexplicable acts carried out by one or a few actors”.
Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn attacked the Tories’ immigration policies in a speech to the CWU union conference in Bournemouth on Monday. And he said Labour would welcome migrants.
Activists in Disabled People Against Cuts (Dpac) held a day of action against Universal Credit (UC) on Wednesday of last week.
Health workers in Leeds are fighting plans to outsource over 2,000 jobs to an arms-length company.
Delegates at the NUJ journalists’ union conference have backed a national pay campaign against appalling inequality for women in the media.
Workers at the British Museum protested on Wednesday of last week demanding bosses bring them in house after the collapse of outsourcing giant Carillion. Carillion’s collapse earlier this year left them with no guarantees for their jobs, conditions or future. The workers’ PCS union wants the British Museum to employ them directly.
A deal reached by the UCU union and UUK bosses to end a series of strikes over pensions is potentially in chaos.
Workers at five McDonald’s stores in England were set to strike on Tuesday of next week.
NEU union members at Acton High School in Ealing, west London, struck on Tuesday. The walkout follows a 24-hour strike last Thursday and a two-day strike last month.
Workers in Bromley’s libraries have returned to work, after an indefinite strike over pay and outsourcing.
Care for many elderly and vulnerable people has been thrown into chaos. Only a few months after the Carillion crash, another giant of outsourcing was on the brink of financial collapse at the start of this week.
In another sign of how the Labour right still has influence, the left has failed to win the deputy leader of the Welsh Labour Party.
Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn has announced he will speak at the Trades Union Congress anti-austerity demonstration on Saturday 12 May in London.
Strikes continue against Emmanuel Macron, but they need to urgently accelerate, says Charlie Kimber
Israeli soldiers killed four Palestinians, including a 14 year old boy, and wounded more than 150 others last Friday.
Hospital workers, council workers and teachers across Greece were set to march and strike together on Wednesday this week.
At least 20 people were killed when an airstrike by the Saudi Arabian-led coalition hit a wedding party in northern Yemen last weekend.
One of the greatest myths about the revolutionary Karl Marx is that he had nothing to say about why some people are oppressed.
Is Donald Trump about to have a “Nixon in China” moment? The signs are that his summit with North Korean leader Kim Jong-un may actually deliver a diplomatic success instead of descending into a disastrous war between the two countries.
The establishment and the Labour right are most enraged by Jeremy Corbyn when he speaks against war, the links with the US and nuclear weapons. Nick Clark explains why
Racists and fascists want to bring Islamophobia onto the streets of London and Manchester next month. Activists spoke to Tomáš Tengely-Evans about why they’re joining the mobilisations to stop them
Some important issues are glossed over in a new play. But that does not stop the gags and performances from landing home, writes?Sam Lorde
KAthe Kollwitz (1867-1945)lived through some of the most turbulent years of the 20th century. They were years of great hope and terrible tragedy.
Local elections across much of England on 3 May are a chance to deliver a verdict on Theresa May’s regime of racism, austerity and war.
Bigoted US president Donald Trump has been “pencilled” in to come to Britain on 14 July, according to the Daily Mail newspaper’s “sources”.
Theresa May deliberately created a racist “hostile environment” in order to discourage migrants and refugees coming to, or staying in, Britain.
‘He wasn’t a racist in the crude sense’
The government blocked a money laundering investigation into a firm that donated £2.2 million to the Tories.